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... of the road to take in the breathtaking views and take photos. The sun shone so brightly at times that we couldn't really see what our cameras were photographing. We took the pictures anyway because the scenery was too beautiful to pass up. Even so, the photos do not do justice to the actual views. After a while, we'd think we could not just keep taking hundreds of pictures of beautiful vistas, but then a hundred years further down the road was something even more incredible ...
... of death for the already sick and starving laborers.
This side of Ireland has even less topsoil than the rest of the island due to the glacial scraping eons ago and the stripping of peat for heat in the 19th century. Their solution for re-claiming the land was to hand-gather seaweed and mix it with sand to nourish the clay, thereby creating soil suitable for growing ...
... tiny, tiny moment in time, when the world was just ours, will forever ours, together. Maybe one day, we'll find ourselves there again.
The day winded down wonderfully. We got stopped by some cows blocking one of our exits on the trail, only to have a French couple make way for us. We had a silent, meditative walk along the wall near the harbour. We scarffed our faces with some overpriced pizza, hidden away in a back alley to hide our American pig faces, and had ...
... It features spectacular uplifts of jagged peaks that fall abruptly in heights of up to 600‘ into the ocean. It begins with a gentle uphill along the coastline and progresses into a steeper climb up to the 19th tower from where British colonists kept lookout for Napoleon. When we reached the tower we stopped for lunch and to enjoy the views. We ran into some rain on the descent but the hardy ...
... Brandon Voyage'
Irish Christian brothers
J --> S Sean is John
K --> C Seamus is Charles
Siobhan is Joan
Fadr = accent mark
Beehive huts from around 2000 B.C.
Carbling / corbled - bent roofs
Beehive huts or Clocháns are dry-stone buildings dating from c.2000 BC. They are usually round in shape, but rectangular huts are known as well. What gives these huts their distinctive appearance is ...